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#1 man

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Posted 09 January 2014 - 11:35 PM

I was expecting that the Armenian Apostolic Church would call for a ban of abortions in Armenia (if it did not done so already) but it looks the Georgian clergy have taken the lead. Many Georgians regard Armenians to be "cruel" selfish people with no regard to human rights --is this silence against abortion in Armenia proves the Georgian point regarding the Armenian character?

Georgian Patriarch is saying that "a million abortions takes place annually in Georgia" which makes us believe that in Armenia at least half a million abortions are done annually according to unofficial data? So immigration would not explain completely why the population of Armenia is declining steadily.

Speaking of Georgia, her hero Saakashvili is moving to USA to teach as professor/lecturer in a university; which means he would a few short steps away to be elected as secretary of nations united or as vice president of US in order to bring order to this teetering troubled world with an iron hand as he did in Georgia, a rose in one hand and an iron bar in another, eliminating corruption and swindling in that country and leading it to a new path toward the West.

  Georgian Patriarch stands for ban on abortion in country

Tbilisi, Georgia, Jan. 7
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:

Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia, Ilia II is standing for a ban on abortion in the country. This is stated in his Christmas message to believers. It was read out at night at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Tbilisi.

"A million abortions take place annually in Georgia according to the unofficial data and no one can stop it," the message said.

"Scientific progress today has created an ethical problem in the form of so-called 'test-tube babies'," the message said. "Surrogate mothers, cloning and in vitro fertilisation have appeared."

Translated by NH
Edited by SM

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Posted 14 January 2014 - 07:31 AM

Will the Armenian pope ever condemn abortion, and the rights of children alive in wombs, in Armenia forcefully and publicly?

 

Pope condemns the ‘horror’ of abortion and blames it on today’s ‘throwaway culture’
By Jill Reilly
14 January 2014

Pope Francis, whom conservatives in the Roman Catholic Church have accused of not speaking out forcefully enough against abortion, on Monday called the practice 'horrific'.

The pope made his toughest remarks to date on abortion in his yearly address to diplomats accredited to the Vatican, a speech known as his 'State of the World' address.

'It is horrific even to think that there are children, victims of abortion, who will never see the light of day,' he said in a section of the speech about the rights of children around the world.

Read more: http://www.dailymail...l#ixzz2qNYqsczf
 



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Posted 14 January 2014 - 05:43 PM

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Posted 14 January 2014 - 11:21 PM

If you mean that clinics of abortions at the border between Armenia & Georgia will go in service when abortions are banned in one country....it is possible, but nevertheless the number of performed abortions will diminish and other alternative flourish like adoption, giving the child to adoption to a state institution or a private family or private care-taking house in Armenia --in place of killing the defenseless child inside the four corners of a womb. That child, female or male, has all the right to come out of the womb and be a part of humanity. When the church in Armenia starts speaking against and discouraging abortions many Armenian women will listen to the call of their church, and soon abortion will become a thing of the past.

 

To stay silence in this case is tantamount to sinning. In the Bible we see Cain killing his brother Abel (Genesis 4:8) because sin was crouching at the door of his soul (Genesis 4:7), then the descendants of Cain were killers, in Genesis 4:23, we see one of Cain's descendent by the name of Lamech confessing "I have killed a man for wounding me; and a boy for striking me". If someone wounds you or strikes you, you either forgive him or you wound him back or strike him back, but never kill him...unless you are a descendant of Cain.

 

After the death of Abel and expulsion of Cain, his murderer brother, Adam and Eve had relations and Eve gave birth to Seth (Enoch who walked with God and the famous Biblical Noah were descendants from Seth); Seth did not have the sin of murder/killing and we see in Genesis 4:25 that after the birth of Seth humans began to call upon the name of the Lord God; that is, they wanted to establish relationship with God.

 

Therefore there is a sinful kind of men whose desire is in killing others, be those others children in the wombs or be they Turks doing genocides. The Armenian Church should make its stand clear as to which side they sympathize with. Silence is never an option here!



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Posted 15 January 2014 - 11:58 AM

"alternative flourish like adoption, giving the child to adoption to a state institution or a private family or private care-taking house in Armenia"

 

 

just in case of you  don't know adoptions are big $$$ in  ex-cccp,






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